Apparently our favorite socialite CEO is now taking to getting some slams in on the iPhone. Posting to his Facebook wall, he claims he'd rather use a landline to make calls. As you'll see, one has to wonder why he's going to all the troubles to keeping his device, versus taking it back?
The hacker group responds to AT&T's earlier apologies, and that they're not thrilled with the kind of PR that they've been getting. Goatse Security doesn't feel their act was 'malicious' as AT&T said. They felt they did more of a public service.
When we first heard about iMovie for the iPhone we knew it was going to be something good. As a matter of fact, it's so good, it needs the A4 chip just to run the app. Meaning, 3G and 3GS users will probably be left out in the dust on this one.
Google has released version 3.0.0 of Google Earth and it is just now beginning to appear in the iTunes App Store. The update includes native support for iPad and runs as a universal app on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
What is WolframAlpha? Think of it as a cross between a search engine and Wikipedia, though more intelligent and to the point than the former, while significantly more authoritative than the latter (though currently less robust than both).
ModMyi reports that it has received an alleged AT&T memo from a source that claims the carrier will only be taking pre-orders for the black iPhone 4 models. The white model will become available "later this summer."
We didn't think we would be able to top the coolness factor of last week's walking iPads, but someone has surely done it. Here we have the USB typewriter keyboard. It's not just any old keyboard either, this one looks, feels, and sounds just like a typewriter.
In one of the most meta things we've heard lately, MacRumors believes that Apple could soon release an iPhone app via the App Store designed to browse the online Apple Store. The app could allow you to set up a Genius Bar appointment, browse the store, and purchase items. MacRumors also believes that Apple could launch this in time for iPhone 4 preordering.
You know it’s coming, and you know you want one. But do you know where and how to get one? Tuesday, June 15 is the official iPhone 4 pre-order date, and MacLife.com is here to give you all the details on a safe and trouble-free pre-order.
On my iMac at home, I use the Cisco VPN Client to remotely connect to my office’s server. But when I upgraded to Snow Leopard, my Cisco VPN Client stopped working. In fact, it won’t even launch anymore! I went to Cisco’s website to see if there was a new version to download, but they haven’t updated their VPN Client since February 2009. Are they planning on ever supporting Snow Leopard?
You'll recall that last week there was a bit of a stink made over personal details belonging to iPad 3G owners recieving data services from AT&T. According to the New York Times, AT&T spent the weekend apologizing to a horde of disgruntled iPad 3G users who suffered a data breach.
The Guardian Eyewitness is a very simple app, delivering one photograph a day from the popular UK newspaper, but the powerful images depicted in the app make it a showcase for the richness and clarity of the iPad's 9.7-inch display.
For developers and consumers alike, this is really good news. Video export will hopefully be available on opening day in iOS 4. Currently, iPhone users only have the ability to export video to MobileMe or YouTube, as well as send it as an email attachment or a video message.
From inspecting the code, it appears that 480 pixels will be the maximum height of the video, with a cap out at 30 frames per second.